The COMP45 Freediving Wetsuit by Oceaner is top of the line when it comes to freediving competition wetsuits.
Made of Yamamoto 45 neoprene, this suit has SCS coating on the inside for the best thermal protection and ease of donning. It is hands down the most flexible material you can get which means that you can take the biggest breath possible. Without nylon or lycra fabric on the outside you dry off within minutes which almost completely eliminates evaporative cooling.
You can completely customize your suit by selecting different colors and adding logo(s).
The COMP45 is designed for competition and is constructed with materials developed through bio thermal engineering, providing not only incredible thermal protection but peerless flexibility, breath-ability and comfort
Top Quality Yamamoto Rubber
“Yamamoto 45, a revolutionary material of high quality.” This oil-free, composite rubber material is regarded as the highest quality material available for competitive freediving wetsuits. Oceaner COMP45 suits are worn by a majority of world record freedivers such as Mandy-Rae Cruickshank, Martin Stepanek, Tanya Streeter, Alexey Molchanovs and many other champions.
Raglan Sleeve Design
Most currently available freediving wetsuits are constructed with a straight sleeve on the shoulder resulting in a tubular body with attached tubular arms. OCEANER suits use a Raglan Sleeve, a specific cut that provides a continuous shoulder curve from the base of the neck on down the arm providing a far more comfortable fit when the arms are in either down or over-head body position. This curvature also minimizes undesirable bunching of material around the shoulders when in a arm-up diving position.
Jacket Bottom / Beaver Tail
The hip length suit jacket is secured back to front with a Velcro clasped “Beaver Tail” This high use, high stress “tail” is constructed using once again a uniquely developed biothermic material to add strength and tear resistance where it is most needed.A 3 layer composite (bio/nylon/bio) in which 3 laminated layers create a nylon sandwich which provides the necessary strength without sacrificing all the stretch and thermal properties.
Rubber Seals ring the face, wrists, and ankles. These seals limit water flow to a extent that even after hours in the water the lube solution used to get into the suit will still be inside.
There are many different color options available. Standard size suits come in Black (70% of the suit) with silver trim highlights (30% of suit). This provides a high level of visibility; a important feature for freediver safety.
Further options include the following metallic suit colors: Red, Blue, Yellow Gold, Graphite, Green, Purple, Dark Gold, Silver and Black.